Dr Irina Roncaglia is a Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist and Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Professor Carolyn Mair is a Chartered Psychologist and Fellow of the British Psychological Society based at the University of the Arts London.
To further explore how people cope with such events, I recently interviewed Kathleen Parrish, Clinical Director of Cottonwood Tucson.
Some people will recover slowly from such events, some people may not recovery at all; resilient people will recover quickly.
A certain level of stress is a constant state we all live in, whether financial challenges, job demands or relationship tensions.
One of the recurrent themes of 2016 was the notion of resilience, the capacity to recover quickly from adversity or difficulties.
As a passionate early adopter of positive psychology movement, Sandeep Gautam, brings more than 16 years of management and leadership experience, in which he…
It’s widely accepted that when we use the word “resilience”, we are referring to an ability that some people show to withstand or quickly…
John Guilaran is a PhD candidate in Psychology at Massey University in Wellington, studying social support in emergency first responders under the New Zealand Aid…